After seeing the thread that discussed the coaches film being available on NFL.COM for a fee, I signed up. Let me start by dicussing the service. I ordered the complete package for all teams which costs $69.99 right now. I don't know how quickly they will make the games available once they are in the books. If anyone knows the answer, I am very curious. I want to see if I can forego the NFL Sunday ticket this year as I travel every other Sunday and will miss the game. Slingbox to hotel room wireless isn't that attractive for Sunday Ticket. The application has a viewer tool which allows you to select games from as far back as the 2009 season (as if I want to relive any of that). They have the compressed format which goes from play to play so you can watch a game in about 30-45 minutes. It also has the regular format which cuts out commercial breaks. The coaches film shows the scoreboard then gives the view from the sideline of all the players on the field then is immediately followed by the end zone view from behind the defense. There are controls that allow a quick ten second replay which I found very handy. Other viewer controls were handy as well. I didn't look at our offense at all. The viewer has the plays listed to the right of the screen. I just selected every eight yard or longer completion and mixed in a few incompletions for contrast. I had a little trouble identifying players on that format--particularly from our opponents. Some are unmistakeable while others were forgotten or I couldn't make out the jersey number. I reviewed the entire 2011 season to see if I could figure anything out about our defensive backfield. Bottom line: We played a lot of zone and teams exploited it. I saw a few bad angles here and there and a couple of tackling issues and other techinique-related issues I was able to see, but I was not able to diagnose why safeties always seemed to be out of position to make a play. I think opposing offenses were able to attack that at will. I'd see Chung and Ihedigbo too near the line of scrimmage and not cover anyone. I am not sure what their assignment was but I saw it more than once and in many games as the season progressed. I don't think they just decided to take plays off. I think they were executing their assignments which seemed to my novice eye to be: "cover a section of the field least likely to be occupied by a receiver during third down and remain as motionless as possible until it is too late to make a play, then get to the play late if at all" Hopefully they removed that defensive call from their play sheets and replaced it with: "defend a pass on third down" For those who didn't think that having access to the all-22 film would benefit us, I think you are on to something. I really didn't learn much that I didn't already know (or thought I knew). One big bright spot in 2011 was the play of the DL was really strong. We didn't do a lot of exotic things but the players got after it and played hard. Our LBs were a mixed bag and sometimes a liability in coverage, but that is a pretty common mismatch. Whenever we forced an incompletion, it mostly seemed to be because our pass rush got there. I saw very few back-end heroics, but there were some good plays here and there and some good coverage when they picked up a receiver. I didn't take notes or try very hard to figure it all out, but just wanted to get a feel for the DBs which I failed to diagnose. It's likely not just one thing or one player. I couldn't tell if there was a break down.